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Patrick Reilly

Patrick Reilly’s last competitive cross country race this Saturday, Nov. 18, will likely also be his most memorable run.

It’ll come on college’s grandest stage and will put a perfect cap on a four-year career that has seen him accomplish a feat that few before him within the program have ever achieved.

When Reilly, a 2014 graduate of Dallastown, steps on the cross country course at the University of Louisville, he’ll be competing for the NCAA Division I national championship. He’ll do so representing the Mountain Hawks as just the fourth male runner to reach the national championships in program history and the first since 2014.

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York-Adams Cross Country Championship

GETTYSBURG — The 2017 York-Adams League Cross Country Championships delivered separate story lines on Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 17.

There was a start-to-finish duel in the girls’ race, and teammates going one-two in the boys’ competition.

For the second straight year, Eastern York’s Maddie McLain held off Dallastown’s Emily Schuler to again take the girls’ gold medal. Meanwhile, in the boys’ race, Bryce Ohl crossed the finish line six seconds ahead of York Suburban teammate Jarrett Raudensky.

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York-Adams League cross country championships

The Central York boys and the Dallastown girls claimed York-Adams Division I cross country championships on Tuesday, Oct. 10.

In a meet at Spring Grove, the Panthers claimed a 26-31 boys’ victory over the Wildcats in a meeting of previously unbeaten teams. Central also easily beat Spring Grove (17-42) and Red Lion (16-43) to finish at 6-0 in division action. Central finished 5-1 in the division by also beating Spring Grove and Red Lion. The Rockets nipped the Lions in the boys’ contest, 27-28.

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Cross Country at York Suburban HS

Dover coach John Sporer knows that York Suburban always fields one of the top girls’ cross country teams in the area.

Sporer, however, was interested to see how his young squad matched up against the perennially powerful Trojans this year.

The longtime Eagles coach got his answer Tuesday, Oct. 3, when his team took on Littlestown, York Tech and Suburban in a pivotal York-Adams League Division II clash.

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Cross Country at Northeastern

The McLain sisters powered the Eastern York girls’ team to a trio of cross country triumphs on Tuesday, Sept. 19.

Competing on their home course at Sam Lewis State Park, Maddie McLain won the girls’ race in 19 minutes, 38 seconds, while Olivia McLain was second. York Tech’s Julia Atkins took third, followed by Eastern’s Madison Nalls and Spring Grove’s Morgan Lint.

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By the closest of margins, the Red Lion girls’ cross country team went unbeaten in a meet at York Township Park on Tuesday, Sept. 12.

The Lions and Northeastern tied, 29-29, but the Lions won by the tiebreaker — the best sixth-place finisher.

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Timmy Buzynski led the Central York boys’ cross country team to pair of season-opening victories over South Western (19-44) and York Tech (15-76) on Thursday, Sept. 7, at Rudy Park.

Buzynski took first place individually in 17 minutes, 37 seconds.

Also for Central, Cole Harris took third, followed by Jacob Montgomery and Austin McQuaide.

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